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  • What are SAP xApp Analytics?

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  • Book: SAP xApps and the Composite Application Framework

    This book provides the overview you need to begin developing SAP xApps and custom composite applications using the composite application framework. This sample chapter from SAP Press delves into the benefits of the flexible application architecture. 

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  • NetWeaver

    NetWeaver is an application builder from SAP for integrating business processes and databases from a number of sources while exploiting the leading Web services technologies. 

  • Using virtual servers for communication between xMII servers

    Did you know that the SAP xMII Virtual Server Connector can help you to query a remote xMII server without a direct connection to the data source? This tip explains how. 

  • A composite application cookbook

    This blog post discusses how to use the CAF/GP to model an application with two enterprise services and one external Web service with minimal coding. 

  • Generic Web service interface

    Andre Truong clarifies a past response with further information on the interface for a generic Web service. 

  • Getting started with Dynamic Graphics in xMII 11.5

    Are you intimidated by SVG/Dynamic Graphics in SAP xMII? Never fear, this SDN tip will give you a step-by-step tutorial to help you get started. 

  • How to integrate SAP xMII with SAP ERP

    You can accomplish communication between ERP and xMII in several ways. This tip from SAP Developer Network walks through all the major methods, including using a BLS transaction as a Web service or HTTP service, sending IDocs, and more. 

  • BAPIs in xApps; RFCs

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  • xApps bring in $200 million in 2006; partners a key

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About SAP xApps

SAP xApps, or Composite Applications, are based on the SAP ESOA, meaning they use SAP enterprise SOA services and run on an SAP NetWeaver application server. SAP xApps include small-footprint software products from SAP, SAP partners and customers. Most xApps are targeted at specific industries or verticals.